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U.S. Reports: Labor Board v. White Swan Co., 313 U.S. 23 (1941)

Stratford upon Avon, England. American servicemen practicing at a traditional dart board in an old hotel, the White Swan, taken over by the American Red Cross. Left to right: Private First Class Michael Ryan, of Edgewood, Pennsylvania; Private First Class Paul Smith, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Private Matthew Stampfl, of Pittsburgh

Indian Methodist Episcopal Church, White Swan, Yakima County, WA

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